The new year is here, and 2018 is a memory now. A number of eventful took place last year, and in a tribute to the year that went by, the BCCI came up with a 'Best of 2018', highlighting the eventful acts which took place in the past 365 days.
A number of posts were put on social media as part of the process. But the one act from 'Best of 2018' which garnered the maximum attention was the performance by India's U-19 team, not with their bat or ball, but through their dance moves.
India's U-19 team won the ICC U-19 World Cup 2018, and following their success, broke into an impromptu dance in the dressing room. Their display with their hands and feet were as good as their display on the field.
The first of the 'Best of 2018' was the video of Indian skipper Virat Kohli and Ravindra Jadeja getting involved in a racing contest, unknowingly. In the West Indies' innings of the fourth ODI in October, Kohli and Jadeja ran after the ball to save it from touching the ropes.
The two players were so focussed that it ended up being a running contest between them. In the end, it was Jadeja who outpaced Kohli and won the race, and the incident was enough to be a part of BCCI's 'Best of 2018'.